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It’s election season in America, and that means many college students around the country are volunteering, interning and organizing their fellow stu..
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Mention Hurricane Katrina and most people recall exactly where they were when that historic storm made landfall in 2005. Physics professor Gabe Willia..
On the evening of June 17, 2015, terror came to the Holy City. That terror found its way to a Bible study in the basement of Emanuel A.M.E. Church on ..
Cynthia Graham Hurd was everywhere – always working, always helping, always looking out for others. And yet, because she moved through life with suc..
I work in Professor Gavin Naylor’s molecular evolution lab at the Hollings Marine Laboratory at Fort Johnson on James Island. I first met Professor..
Since coming to the College in 2014 to lead the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs, Dean Antonio D. Tillis has been an impassioned advoc..
As more women enter the political arena as elected officials and secure positions of power, one economics professor breaks down the numbers to determ..
Anniversaries, by definition, only come around once a year. Unless, it seems, you’re the Avery Research Center for African American History and Cult..